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OSO

Abbrev. for Orbiting Solar Observatory.
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Due to the adverse effect of drought, Oso said the Philippine economy showed a recurrent increase in oil prices, farm chemicals, fertilizers, among other agricultural inputs.
'The assistance is not enough and not all are receiving it,' Oso told the Inquirer.
Por capricho de estos revisores y para facilitarnos la tarea de comentar el texto, se dividio esta bibliografia critica en cuatro segmentos: i) intimidades de la vida del oso frontino; ii) caracteristicas de su entorno; iii) aspectos culturales que giran a su alrededor, y iv) el futuro de la especie.
El oso era el animal mas fuerte, en Europa algunas ciudades llevan el nombre de Oso como Berna o Berlin, me llama la atencion este dios destronado porque la Iglesia vio con temor la presencia del oso por ser parecido al humano.
Commenting on the step-changes, OSO Founder, Paul Hayes, said: "At OSO we strive to continuously improve quality and, as an entrepreneurial brand, we react fast to meet the needs of our consumers.
En el caso especifico del oso andino Tremarctos ornatus hay leyes y normas que lo protegen.
On Friday, March 28, as more rescuers (http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/545579/20140329/washington-mudslide-rescuers-sift-through-debris-mud.htm) sift through debris and mud , more people also came to visit the action sports shop in downtown Arlington to check the displays of Oso mudslide support t-shirts.
Donations will be used to help the Red Cross with search and rescue and disaster relief in the communities of Oso, Arlington and Darrington, located about 55 miles northeast of Seattle.
"Oso Magic, who beat Bamby over the course and distance last time, seems to love the place.
The company vice president of exploration, Robert Page, said, 'eleven out of thirteen holes drilled in the El Oso Zone have contained significant copper, copper-molybdenum, or molybdenum intercepts.
Los capitulos en que se detalla este proceso intencional para favorecer la "decadencia" del oso ("el oso es el diablo", dictaminara San Agustin) y la "ascension" del leon como el "rey de los animales", resultan fascinantes por su parecido a las campanas modernas de marketing politico.
El oso negro habita en toda Norteamerica, desde Alaska hasta el norte de Mexico, donde existen colonias en los bosques de pino y encino de Nuevo Leon, Chihuahua, Sonora y Durango, ademas de Coahuila, donde se concentra la mayor poblacion de estos mamiferos.